98 Bohemia Avenue
Chesapeake City , Maryland
Telephone : 203-276-1570
Fax : 203-883-1483
Website : http://www.alexautographs.com/
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Established in 1992, Alexander Historical Auctions, an affiliate of Alexander Autographs, proudly identifies as a leading figure in the sale of historical militaria, autographs, manuscripts, and more, catering to a robust cosmopolitan audience. Situated in Chesapeake City, Maryland, they conduct three to four auctions annually, each spanning two days, and have partnered with Invaluable.com for nearly sixty auctions, to date.
Alexander Historical Auctions is noted for its sale of high-dollar, high-profile pieces. Frank Sinatra's performance bar stool was auctioned for $5,500; Bonnie and Clyde's bullet-ridden hats sold for $42,000; and a signed picture of President Abraham Lincoln was purchased for $103,500. Additionally, the gold Rolex wristwatch gifted to President John F. Kennedy by Marilyn Monroe -- inscribed with the message, "JACK, With love as always, from MARILYN May 29, 1962" -- sold for $130,000; a letter written by Albert Einstein to President Franklin Delano Roosevelt, pressing the development of the atomic bomb, was sold for $278,196; and the desk set used by Adolph Hitler for the signing of the 1938 Munich Pact was auctioned for $432,200.
With Bill Panagopulos at the helm, Alexander Historical Auctions offers the expertise of its team of specialists in the appraisal of your items, at no cost or obligation. Email submissions are accepted, and detailed descriptions and photographs are requested. Once your item has been physically consigned for auction, it will be professionally photographed and catalogued; a pre-sale report will be drafted, and a low and high estimate will be included.
May 12, 2015, 1:00 PM EST
Chesapeake City, MD, USLive Auction
International Fine Art Auction Spring 2015
Mid Atlantic : Maryland